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Thomas Nicholas Band prepares for Road to Warped

By KTVA CBS 11 News 8:49 AM June 11, 2014

The acoustic Thomas Nicholas Band, preparing to perform at the Road to Warped Tour, took the stage on KTVA's Daybreak Wednesday.


All Time Low

The Devil Wears Prada



Less Than Jake

Falling In Reverse



Men With Guns

Noise Brigade


The Harlequin State

Baked Alaska


Ships Without Harbor


The Sweeteners


Acoustic Stage

Jay Straw

Brother Spaceman

Pitch Slapped

New Hope

Eternal Cowboys

Delana Duncan


Jared woods

Mike Gorder

Melissa Mitchell

The Thomas Nicholas Band

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